Has the Sexual Revolution Been Good for Women? No
Wall Street Journal, Mary Eberstadt

Spring came early to most of the 50 states this year—and with it, at least in the political fields, the usual crop of mixed truths, untruths, and wildly growing falsehoods. Let’s yank up one of those weeds for a little inspection: the idea that a national “war on women” is afoot.

The Bible Meets the Modern Age: A Conversation with Former President Jimmy Carter
Thinking in Public, Albert Mohler

Corresponding with the release of the NIV Lessons from Life Bible: Personal Reflections with Jimmy Carter, Rev. Mohler talks to the “world’s most famous Sunday School teacher” about his view of the Bible.

Does the Vatican think water should be ‘free’?
Acton Institute PowerBlog, Kishore Jayabalan

So, assuming the importance of water and sanitation has not been simply neglected, there are at least two reasons why the “right to water” doesn’t exist: 1) States are neither able nor willing to pay for “free” water, and 2) it would interfere with the property rights of those who, for example, own land with abundant supplies of water.

Religion in Prisons
Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life

A 50-State Survey of Prison Chaplains